Tensions are running high between Israel and Palestine as both sides continue cross-border attacks which broke two months of quiet. Meanwhile, Israeli politician Yael Dayan has said direct peace talks between the two sides are doomed to fail. Despite the ceasefire, the exchanges of fire between Israel and Gaza have continued through the weekend, with both sides blaming each other for igniting the violence. On Saturday, Israeli aircraft hit Palestinian militants from the Islamic Jihad in Gaza, reportedly killing seven people and injuring 15 in two separate attacks. In response, militants fired some 20 rockets into southern Israel, injuring at least three civilians. Yael Dayan, an Israeli politician and author, told RT that Israel is not very good at making bilateral moves. el Dayan, an Israeli politician and author, told RT that Israel is not very good at making bilateral moves. "Everything that we did was unilateral after 1967," she said. "The only time that we had bilateral negotiations or something similar happening was during Oslo. And the result was an assassination of [the former Prime Minister Yitzhak] Rabin."
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